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1 HUGHES, Terry and John COSTELLO COSTELLO, John Battle of the Atlantic. 1st US in dj
Dial Press / James Wade, 1977, 
HUGHES, Terry and John COSTELLO. The Battle of the Atlantic. N.Y.: The DialPress / James Wade, 1977. First Printing. Pp (10),1-314,(28). Illustrated. Maps throughout. Large 8vo, blue cloth. Law 0200. Some index reference to Newfoundland and Placentia Bay, but here for general interest. Vg in nicked, price-clipped dj. 50.00

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2 HUGHES, Terry and John COSTELLO COSTELLO, John Battle of the Atlantic. 1st US no dj
Dial Press / James Wade,, New York, 1977, ISBN:0803764542 
HUGHES, Terry and John COSTELLO. The Battle of the Atlantic. New York: The Dial Press / James Wade, (1977). First US Printing. Pp. (10),1-314,(28). Illustrated. Maps throughout. Large 8vo, blue cloth. Law 0200. Contents: 1. Total Germany!; 2. The Power of Audacity; 3. The Acme of Villainy; 4. The Sinister Trance; 5. A Certain Eventuality; 6. The 'Happy Time'; 7. Siege by Sea and Air; 8. A Time of Trouble; 9. Dig Harder to Beat the U-boats; 10. Clash of Titans; 11. Charter for Survival; 12. Damn the Torpedoes--Full SpeedAhead!; 13. The American Shooting Season; 14. Winning the War with Ships; 15. The Bloody Winter of '43; 16. Race Against Time. Some index references to Newfoundland and Placentia Bay. Very good. No dj. 15.00

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3 TUTE, Warren, John COSTELLO and Terry HUGHES COSTELLO, John HUGHES, Terry MOUNTBATTEN, Lord (foreword) D Day. no dj
Sidgwick & Jackson, 1974, 
TUTE, Warren, John COSTELLO and Terry HUGHES. D Day. Foreword by Admiral ofthe Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. L.: Sidgwick & Jackson, (1974). P p 256. Profusely illustrated in b/w and color, maps to endpapers. Large 8vo, black cloth. Law 0572. "We cannot afford to fail." In June of 1944, the Supreme Commander, General Eisenhower, expressed the profound sentiments of the men of the Allied Expeditionary Force, as the greatest armada the worldhas seen sailed for the beaches of France....Failure of the invasion would give Hitler and eleventh-hour chance to save Germany, launching his new V- weapons against British cities. D-Day was a "close-run thing". In the face of unthinkable risks, over 130,000 men were landed across five beaches." -from the dust jacket. Name, else vg. 20.00

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